We remove barriers your ex puts between you and your kids

Removing the Barriers Between You and Your Kids

When an ex or the government places barriers between you and your kids, my job is to help you take those barriers down.

The Law Office of Preston Park, PLLC is here for you. My team has the insight and experience to handle the unique details of your case with strategic, personalized service.

One of my main priorities is to help you define your goals by weighing the challenges, risks, and rewards specific to your case. I hope to provide the clarity you need to make confident decisions about your divorce, child custody battle, or other family law issue.

Ready to find some clarity in your situation? Contact my Plano, Texas law office for an attentive, analytical approach to your legal issues.

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Child Custody

Child Custody

Child custody is one of the most emotionally charged issues in the space of family law. For The Law Office of Preston Park, child custody means finding a way to balance each parent’s rights, duties, and visitation schedule while making the legal process as straightforward as possible for our client.

Parents Rights

Parents’ Rights

As a parent, you have a fundamental right to make decisions about your child’s life, education, and medical treatment. You also have a right to stay informed and provide input when a co-parent shares those decision-making powers. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to advocate for your parental rights.

Divorce

Divorce

After handling the various aspects of your divorce—like property division, alimony, and child custody—you want the final decree of divorce to be final. Our law office takes a comprehensive look at divorce, guiding you through the process from your initial consultation all the way to post-divorce enforcement.

Enforcement

Enforcement

Even after court orders have been issued as part of your divorce, some ex-spouses may find themselves in circumstances where they cannot (or will not) follow orders. Enforcement involves making sure both parents follow the rules outlined in court orders.

Modifications

Modifications

Circumstances can change in a parent’s life, making it necessary to modify a court order. Whether you're moving to a different state, your job or income has changed, or something else, it’s important to take the proper legal steps to avoid any repercussions.

CPS

CPS

Parents are only human, and sometimes they make mistakes. When those mistakes are reported to Child Protective Services (CPS), it’s critical to get legal representation as soon as possible. CPS and the courts take your child’s well-being very seriously.

Latest Blog

Latest Blogs

4 Ways You Can Protect Your Child From the Negativity of a Divorce

Divorce is always hard on kids, no matter how amicable you are with your ex-spouse. Emotions are running high on all sides, makingRead more

Blogs

4 Ways You Can Protect Your Child From the Negativity of a Divorce

4 Ways You Can Protect Your Child From the Negativity of a Divorce

Divorce is always hard on kids, no matter how amicable you are with your ex-spouse. Emotions are running high on all sides, making it especially hard to be theRead more
Why We Need Federal Expunctions

Why We Need Federal Expunctions

Do #BlackLivesMatter or do #BlueLivesMatter? They should be on the same side. Black Americans want safe neighborhoods, and they need the police for that. The police need to solveRead more
The Five Biggest Mistakes in Visitation Rights and Child Custody Order Enforcement

The Five Biggest Mistakes in Visitation Rights and Child Custody Order Enforcement

On September 1, 2015, hundreds of changes to the family code went into effect. To enforce most provisions of a custody order by contempt, you must follow the enforcementRead more
Child Custody Laws in Texas

Child Custody Laws in Texas

2017 Updates 2017 has been another big year for updates to the Texas Family Code. The vast majority of the updates involve child welfare and CPS. The 2017 updates provideRead more

Free Resource

Free Resource

When your divorce involves children, it can be challenging to maintain a smooth relationship with your kids—especially when your ex-spouse is taking the less amicable approach. Download our free resource, Undoing the Damage: How to Help Your Children Cope with a Bad-Mouthing Parent below to learn more!

Testimonials

Testimonials


In spite of the timing we had for our case, Mr. Park got the job done!  We meet with Preston Park on June 15 and we had our case on the June 21st. He did explain to me to get all documents that will help our case and I had everything re: timelines and information that was needed. On the 21st we did proceed with the case. We were disappointed with the Judge verdict. Preston did follow through, follow-up, and answer all questions that were needed to close our case. I highly recommend Preston for anyone who is going through custody, child support, or modifications. Thank you again Preston!
Dena
Preston was my attorney for a SAPCR and Divorce case. He was able to take my case on at a reasonable price and helped me to obtain the important items when it came the custody of my children. He was very patient in taking the time to understand my needs and helping through all the legal paperwork and wording all while doing his best to protect my reputation before the judge. Lastly, after all was said and done at mediation he sent me an encouraging email and also assisted me with having to deal with another person who is very difficult to deal with because of several negative behaviors that they continually chose to make and inflict on others.
Charlotte

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